Tuesday 25th Sep, 2018
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WOMEN IN MARITIME: The challenge of change

Jillian Carson-Jackson* examines efforts to bring about greater gender diversity in the maritime workforce

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Maritime boost for drought-hit farmers

Hay from Tasmania is currently being shipped across Bass Strait to help drought-affected farmers in New South Wales

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BIL claims positive feedback from John Duigan users

The vessel John Duigan has been in operation for almost three months and the operator is feeling bullish

Announcing the opening of China Navigation Company's Vancouver office

Dry bulk and multipurpose shipping a focus of CNCo’s new Vancouver operation

A new office is expected to help CNCo increase trade across the Pacific

Photo: Port Drive Upgrade as at August 2017. Credit: Port of Brisbane

Port of Brisbane’s Port Drive Upgrade project complete

Construction on the $110m project began nearly two years ago

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COASTAL SHIPPING SPECIAL REPORT: Policy settings crucial to revitalise the coastal fleet

Change to current coastal shipping laws have to be the right changes, writes Teresa Lloyd*

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Hitting the greens for a good cause

The Shipping Industry Golf Day is just three months away. Time to get planning

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WOMEN IN MARITIME: Raising the bar

Diversity and inclusion is no longer simply about recruitment quota filling, writes Jeanine Drummond